World History B
WORLD HISTORY B is the second course in a two-semester series that examines the European Renaissance, New Asian Empires, absolutism, Enlightenment, nationalism, Reform, both World Wars, and the Contemporary period. Students will discuss the impact of European imperialism and colonization, and they will recognize the connection between revolution and reform. Students will identify the effect of industrialization and urbanization on the global economy. They will be able to articulate the relationship between historical occurrences and contemporary situations, and they will predict how contemporary issues will affect future generations.